Shopping Hubs In Delhi

Several cities in the country are known for their own grace and charm. A number of people visit the new city for seeing what the city has in store for them. Each city is distinct from the other and one may see as well as experience various things as per the city. One of the most populous cities is the city of New Delhi which has been one of the most visited cities by several people from different corners of India as well as different parts of the world.

Delhi city specialises in shopping hubs and may be called as a paradise for the shopaholics. It has in its store various goods from across India. There are specialized markets for various goods such as Linen, antiques, leather, furniture and silks which may be availed in Delhi.

Several people visit Delhi for the purpose of shopping and enjoy it, as there are a number of big malls which are quite spacious and may easily avail a number of different items all available under one roof. One may do shopping of shoes, clothes, bags, glasses, watches etc. One may find anything and everything that can be thought of. If one is visiting in the discount season or the festive season, then it is like a treat for everyone. Shopping can be done for various purposes, festivals, birthday parties, weddings etc depending upon the function. There are trendy clothes available in the malls. There are shops of various renowned designers in case there is requirement of buying designer wears.

Major Shopping Centres in Delhi

Palika Bazar: It is an underground market located in Connaught Place and is known for electronic goods, apparels and leather goods. There are a number of small shops in this market so one may avail various flexible options for choosing. Bargaining may be done to a large extent here in this market.

Dilli Haat: Dilli Haat is situated in South Delhi close to INA Market. It is known for state emporiums and handicrafts belonging to various states across India. There are stalls of different states showcasing different culture, tradition and food of different corners of India.

Central Cottage Industries Emporium: It is situated at Janpath close to Connaught Place. One may avail varieties of handicrafts and handloom from these emporiums. If one is fond of traditional art and crafts then it is a must visit place.

State Emporiums: There are states emporiums situated on Baba Kharak Singh Marg and are known for traditional handicrafts from various states of the country. Bargaining is not done here as the prices kept are genuine.

Ambawatta Complex: Located across the border of Mehrauli village, Ambawatta Complex is known for the array of products such as apparels, consumer durable goods and jewellery.

Santushti Shopping Arcade: It is situated in the proximity of Samrat Hotel of Delhi and is known for selling handmade potteries as well as fashion garments.

Hauz Khas Village: It is a huge market meant for consumer durables. Antiques, Fashionable garments and furniture are the specialisations of this market of Hauz Khas Village.

Karol Bagh: Located in Central Delhi, this market is known for jewellery, clothes, electronic items as well as other consumer durables. Karol Bagh has been an old shopping centre and has developed with new showrooms along with food plazas.

Lajpat Nagar Market: Central market in Lajpat Nagar is known for its best and cheap readymade apparels.

Sarojini Nagar: This market is popular for the latest and designer fashion wears and handicrafts besides the goods of consumer durable. It is situated in South Delhi, close to Chanakya Puri and is popular among the youngsters due to its trendy wears and fashionable goods.

South Extension: it is situated in South Delhi and is known for exclusive showrooms having Indian as well as International brands. South Extension is divided into South EX I and South Ex II on the Ring Road.

Khadi Gram Udyog Bhawan: Khadi is a popular fabric among youngsters as well as they embrace it as a symbol of fashion. It is not confined to old age people and politicians. There are ready made Khadi wears in this market.